Why U.S. support for international law is so inconsistent
An incisive, eminently readable study of the evolving relationship between punishment and social order
An account of how courts repeat historical fictions that maintain sources of sovereign power.
Reconsiders complex questions about how we imagine ourselves and our political communities
A radical critique of contemporary legal practices and understandings based on a new consideration of Walter Benjamin’s “Critique of Violence”
It is possible to imagine a theory of democracy and a constitutional history independent of human subjectivity
Is there room for mercy in a system of justice?